Resources and information about anaphylaxis for the education sector

Supporting Education

Schools have a statutory duty to support children with medical conditions, including allergies. Our Safer Schools Programme aims to provide schools with the knowledge and expertise to safely manage allergic pupils. As part of this programme, we have a number of resources for schools, from allergy awareness presentations to teach pupils, to links to our online AllergyWise courses for all school staff.

Information & Advice

AllergyWise Online Training

AllergyWise is an online e-learning course and the easiest way to learn about anaphylaxis, the risks of severe allergies and how to manage them. The courses can be worked through conveniently from your home or workplace, wherever and whenever it suits you.

The courses are simple to follow with interactive diagrams and graphics which makes learning about anaphylaxis and teaching those around you easier than ever, no matter who you are or what you do.


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